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To: davisfh
When I go to my bank and encounter a new teller who doesn't know me, does anyone with two brain neurons to rub together think that I would resist identifying myself?

The funny thing is, I work in banking, and some people, especially older ones, get in a major huff when a new teller asks them for ID. "I've been banking here since 19XX! Why should I be asked this?"

46 posted on 12/13/2011 9:29:21 AM PST by RockinRight (If you're waiting to drink until you find pure water, you're going to die of dehydration.)
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To: RockinRight

When I go to the bank to withdraw money from my account, I appreciate being asked for ID. What I can’t figure out is, when I deposit money into my account, they ask for ID also. As far as I’m concerned, if someone who is not me wants to put money into my account, then by all means....


48 posted on 12/13/2011 9:35:54 AM PST by kevao
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To: RockinRight
"...some people, especially older ones, get in a major huff when a new teller asks them for ID."

Well, I'm seventy-five and thank God almighty that I still have two or three of those brain cells that are active. If a new teller failed to ID me, I'd ask a couple of questions and perhaps "rat" him/her out to the manager. I wouldn't do it in a mean way, you understand. Just a precautionary measure. After all, it's potentially my bank account that's in jeopardy, not to even mention hundreds of others. And, as for voter ID, it's our republic that's in jeopardy.

59 posted on 12/13/2011 9:56:26 AM PST by davisfh
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